In order to remain reliable, stationary batteries require maintenance and care over their service life. A large number of tests have been developed in order to determine the condition of the battery.
Capacity tests are used to reliably determine battery capacity. The results of capacity tests are then used to evaluate whether the battery can continue in service or needs to be replaced. Many batteries do not receive regular capacity testing due to several myths and misunderstandings. Recently, the measurement of battery resistance has been gaining more popularity.
Both tests are useful in detecting deteriorated cells, however there are some efforts that are trying to replace capacity testing with internal resistance testing. In this webinar we will show some field experiences with internal resistance tests and capacity testing, provide comparisons and correlations between these two tests and conclusions whether internal resistance can replace capacity testing on batteries.
The webinar will be held in the English language.
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